New Mexico Trip

April 28, 2006 at 6:51 pm 1 comment

Debie and I returned from our vacation Wednesday.  We went to New Mexico. We didn’t really have an agenda, which was nice, so there wasn’t a set schedule each day.  We visited a lake one day, just drove the desert another, and did a balloon ride one morning. All in all, we had a great time. 

Pictures are here:  We drove around and waited for the sunset one evening.  These pictures won’t win awards, but the better ones are posted.  One picture might just be the title for a new section on the blog – maybe for pictures?  Can you guess what the title of it might be? Then the balloon ride, oh yeah!  That was a rush!

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  • 1. Debie  |  May 23, 2006 at 5:53 pm

    So when are you going to start the “Dam Overlook” section in your blog, Mr. Mike? I am axiously waiting to see what type of pics, texts and such you post there. Please get a move on it; your public is eager with anticipation of your great views on life, love and the persuit of happiness.

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